Easily Transfer Google Photos to Another Account via MultCloud


Transferring Google Photos to another account can be essential for various reasons, whether you’re consolidating personal and professional accounts, sharing memories with family members, or simply managing your digital storage more effectively. This process might seem daunting at first due to the vast amount of data and the potential for losing precious memories. However, with the right steps and tools, you can seamlessly move your photos and videos from one Google account to another.

MultCloud is the tool that can do you a big favor in Google Photos migration. It is robust functions automate the transfer process and let you finish the task without effort. Learn more about this versatile tool in the following parts.

Why is MultCloud?

MultCloud is a professional cloud management service which supports 30+ cloud drives, such as Google Photos, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Amazon S3, SharePoint, and so on. After adding your cloud accounts to MultCloud, you can effectively manage all your cloud files in one place without opening multiple webpages. For each cloud storage service, you are allowed to add unlimited accounts for free.

MultCloud offers several wonderful functions for cloud-to-cloud transfer, sync, and backup like Cloud Transfer, Team Transfer, Cloud Sync, and Cloud Backup. Except for the former clout-to-cloud functions, you can also find Copy, Copy to, Delete, Cut, Rename, Share, Email Migration, and Remote Upload on MultCloud. With these functions, you can simplify the cloud file transfer workflow and optimize file management.

How to Transfer Google Photos to Another Account

To transfer photos from one Google Photos account to another, MultCloud offers 2 solutions – Cloud Transfer and “Copy to”. Both of them can accomplish the transfer task without manually downloading and uploading.

Cloud Transfer:

  • If you want to transfer photos from another cloud like iCloud Photos, you can choose both Google Photos and iCloud Photos as the source and transfer photos to another Google Photos account in the same task.
  • Cloud Transfer provides some options for you to personalize the task. For example, if you want to free up space in the current account, you can choose “Delete all source files after transfer is complete”.

Copy to:

  • If you want to save the photos to another cloud apart from the Google Photos account, “Copy to” supports choosing multiple destinations in one task.
  • A “Copy to” task is created on the source cloud page. Therefore, it is convenient if you want to preview the photos before choosing them to transfer.

You can see the specific steps for using “Cloud Transfer” and “Copy to” to transfer Google Photos to another account below.

Way 1: Cloud Transfer

Step 1. Enter the MultCloud website and create an account.

Step 2. Add Google Photos to MultCloud by clicking “Add Cloud” and the Google Photos logo.

Step 3. Select “Cloud Transfer” in the left sidebar and choose the source and target accounts.

Step 4. Click the “Options” tab and check the transfer settings. If everything is ready, tap “Transfer Now” to start transferring.

Way 2: Copy to

Step 1. Sign up for a MultCloud account and add your Google Photos to MultCloud.

Step 2. Open the source Google Photos account on MultCloud and choose the photos you want to transfer.

Step 3. Click the “Copy to” tab in the upper bar and choose the target Google Photos account in the list. Then, press “OK” to initiate the task.

Benefits of Using MultCloud

  • Schedule Task: If you want your Cloud Transfer task to run at another time, you can set that time in “Schedule”.
  • Filter Photos: You can filter the photos you want to transfer or ignore with their file extensions in “Filter”.
  • Email Notification: If you want to be informed as soon as the transfer is done, you can set an email notification in “Email”.
  • Offline Transfer: Since MultCloud uses data traffic to transfer files. Even if you close the task window or shut down your computer, the transfer can still be in process.
  • Security: MultCloud uses 256-bit AES Encryption to perform communications between its servers and cloud servers.


To transfer Google Photos to another account, MultCloud is undoubtedly an ideal tool. It helps transfer photos without downloading and you can customize your task with various options. Besides, if you want to sync photos between Google Photos accounts or need to backup and restore photos, try Cloud Sync or Cloud Backup instead. They must satisfy your requirements in outstanding ways.

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